"I hope this unfortunate turn of events will open some eyes and shed some light on the paranoia and xenophobia that is gripping the country," Abulhassan told reporters at a news conference.Don't count on anyone actually paying for this screwup.
"These are serious issues and they need to be addressed. We can no longer turn and look the other way. There needs to be accountability."
The men returned home Tuesday following a week in jail after prosecutors in southeast Ohio dropped the terror charges, saying they could not prove a terrorism link. The 20-year-olds from Dearborn say they were targeted because they are Arab-Americans.
Law enforcement officials in Ohio deny that claim.